Posted in Success Stories on 01 December 1996

The case of Paul O'Donoghue -v- the Department of Education and Science was the first case in the history of the State to be brought against the Department of Education and Science seeking to vindicate the right of persons with special needs to primary education.  The case was litigated in the High Court by Ernest Cantillon and successfully established the right of persons with special needs to primary education.  Today, this case remains the corner stone/foundation of the litigation in this area.

See sections on Employment Law and Education & Special Needs.

Contact us at Cantillons Solicitors at +353 (0)21 -4275673 or info@cantillons.com if you would like more information.

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